Bio (Annette Wall)
Annette Wall has many years of experience in executive leadership positions and as an executive mentor and coach. She has worked for the past decade as an independent consultant and educator focusing on executive leadership, team development, strategic negotiations, ransformational human resources and organizational development. Wall is currently teaching in the School of Leadership Studies as well as acting as faculty advisor supporting students through capstone and supervising organizational leadership projects.
Prior to embarking on her consulting practice, Wall held numerous executive positions in the British Columbia Public Service including assistant deputy minister in the Ministries of Labour, Finance and Health. Wall has a keen interest in establishing effective communications and strategic alliances among stakeholders, brings integrity and authenticity to her contributions and works diligently to create partnerships to enhance collaboration and synergy, promoting innovation and strategic communication. Wall’s demonstrated expertise includes leading and managing large, complex organizations, negotiating and mediating settlements in a range of industries in both the public and private sectors, developing partnership and relationship building strategies, conducting research and evaluation for public sector organizations as well as leading legislative and policy direction on numerous public and private sector issues.
Wall holds a Master of Arts in Leadership (2013) from Royal Roads University and is a Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP - 2011) with the Human Resources Management Association.